After almost a year, our public tours are back and we'd love you to join us! These free 45-60min tours take you behind the scenes of the heart of ACT democracy.

πŸ• Every Wednesday, 1pm πŸ“Œ 196 London Cct, off Civic Square πŸ”— More info:

As of today, the Assembly building has reopened as part of a staggered return-to-business! πŸŽ‰ Gallery access, tours, visits, and most education programs return, with new COVID-safe measures in place.

πŸ”— Find out more:

The Assembly building will not reopen today as planned. This is a required step in our return-to-business plan due to developments in Greater Sydney and Brisbane.

Keep an eye on social media for a new opening date. More info at

Our finance team is hiring! The Office of the Legislative Assembly is looking for an experienced accountant for a broad range of tasks – banking, financial statements, budgets, Fringe Benefits and Business Activity Statement returns etc. Closes 14/1. More


After being closed for much of this year, we're pleased to share that the Assembly building will begin a staggered reopening from 11 January 2021! Find out what this first stage includes on our website:

The other half of the inaugural speeches occurred yesterday, marking the first time Jo Clay, @marisa_paterson, @jdaviscbr, and Andrew Braddock spoke as elected members in the chamber.

▢️ Watch the speeches on demand: #YourAssembly

πŸ”΄ LIVE FROM 2pm

Been meaning to watch question time this year but haven't got around to it? Tune in now for the last question time of 2020! ▢️ Watch live or later:

It's the last sitting day of 2020 and #YourAssembly has a jam-packed day with two new bills πŸ“„, a committee report πŸ“’ and the final four inaugural speeches πŸ’¬

πŸ‘€ Find out what's on: ▢️ Watch live or on demand:

Inaugural speeches are a major milestone in an MLAs career, marking the 1st time they speak into the Assembly's official record as an elected member. Today, @RebeccaVassarot, @emmadavidsonACT, Leanne Castley, and Peter Cain did just that πŸ—£οΈπŸ’¬

▢️ Watch:

We have been advised that the Civic Square incident is now resolved. Members of the public with an appointment can now access the Assembly building’s public entrance as normal.

The bells are ringing for question time at #YourAssembly. Proceedings continue as planned. You can watch live or catch up with

Further to our earlier tweet, based on new advice from fire and emergency services, the exit and entry point to the Assembly building is now the emergency door adjacent to the members' entrance.

The public entrance of the Assembly building is closed to visitors due to a suspicious package being found in the vicinity of Civic Square. Access to the Assembly Building is through the emergency entrance on the ground floor of London Circuit.

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Thursday 21 January